The Clock is Ticking...

April 8, 2011

Today could be a day marked in history – and not necessarily in a good way.  As we here at Sip & Savor headed into the office this morning, things seemed…

Rasmussen: 59 Percent Oppose Beverage Taxes

April 6, 2011

A new national poll shows Americans still aren’t buying into the idea of beverage taxes.
Some 59 percent of Americans oppose taxes on soda and only 32…

Congressional Panel Working to Repeal Misuse of Taxpayer Dollars

April 5, 2011

We've previously posted information about the scare tactics that some city health departments have resorted to in order to discourage consumption of our…

More Evidence That a Soda Tax Won't Work

April 4, 2011

In the most recent edition of The CATO Institute’s Regulation Magazine, Jonathan Klick, a professor of law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School…

Taxes Take a Toll in Tennessee

March 30, 2011

We read in yesterday’s Knoxville News Sentinel “Humphrey on the Hill” blog about a proposal that would remove a portion of Tennessee’s broad-based…

Up and Down the Aisle: Myriad Beverage Choices

March 24, 2011

The beverage aisle is ever changing.
And we at Sip & Savor are proud of the myriad refreshing beverage choices our member companies provide, as well as…

Hawaii and the Governor's Campaign Promises

March 23, 2011

In today's Honolulu Star Advertiser, David Shapiro writes about Governor Abercrombie and his campaign promise not to raise taxes – a promise he should…

A Common Sense Approach

March 22, 2011

Yesterday we came across an opinion article that we thought was worth bringing to the attention of our followers.  The author of the opinion piece in…

Innovation and New Ways to Communicate

March 16, 2011

This week marks five years since the founding of Twitter, and it reminds us how quickly innovation can take hold and shift an entire culture.
But, it’s…

Rhode Islanders Need Jobs, Not More Taxes

March 10, 2011

Yesterday in Rhode Island, a coalition of concerned Rhode Island citizens, families, businesses and community organizations spoke out against new taxes…